Project Resistance Teaser Trailer Revealed

After a short wait of wonder on what Capcom will be bringing us in Project Resistance, we are met with a teaser trailer that leaves us still wondering just what will this game exactly be.

Now, educated guesses certainly point to a survival horror game in which four players will seek to stay alive against either the AI or perhaps what looks to be a player-controlled enemy.

What we now for sure is that it is definitely coming to PlayStation 4 as shown at the end of the trailer. More news to come at Tokyo Game Show, stay tuned.

Published by Rhys Baldwin.

Nintendo Direct Details

On September 4th, 2019, Nintendo delivered their latest Nintendo Direct that gave us a glimpse into many of the games coming later this year whilst also a glimpse into what we can expect for 2020.

It kicked things off with the announcement of Overwatch heading to the Switch in October followed by some updates on the likes of Luigi’s Mansion 3, the Trials of Mana remake and Little Town Hero.

Character three in the Super Smash Bros. Fighter Pass, Banjo-Kazooie released the same day as the Direct whilst we got the announcement of Terry Bogard of Fighter Fury fame is heading to the fight. Not only that but more DLC fighters were confirmed to be in development, not just the one more we had originally known.

Then we were sent back to what we know with The Legend Of Zelda: Link’s Awakening and Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition, both games arriving later this month.

In a surprise announcement not quite as anticipated as perhaps should have been, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Echoes is heading to the Switch early next year including some additional content to what was in the original Wii U version.

It’s a double whammy, Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise was announced to much shock and will be launching in 2020. Swiftly moving on we got two games releases the same day as the direct in Deadly Premonition Origins and Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition.

The Nintendo 64 classic DOOM 64 is being re-released for the home console/handheld hybrid later this year. Another popular classic coming to Switch is Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast, much to my absolute joy.


One of the biggest but expected news was the announcement that SNES games are on the way, landing on September 10th. The library contains some of the biggest titles to grace the retro platform, Breath of Fire, A Link to the Past, Super Mario World and Super Metroid.

We got further updates on upcoming already revealed titles such as Pokemon Sword & Shield, Daemon X Machina, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The final reveal was for Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition as the much loved huge open-world RPG gets new life on the Nintendo Switch in 2020.

More can be found in the Nintendo Direct video above, but it’s safe to say it was packed with goodies. 85% of shown titles are very much on my radar and my wallet cries out in agony because of it.

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Nintendo Direct Coming Tomorrow

Nintendo have announced that we will be getting a Nintendo Direct soon, how soon you ask? Well, tomorrow at 11:00pm (UK Time) to be precise.

Nintendo Direct’s have long been hailed as a platform for big hype, big announcements and of course, rumours. Now, I personally don’t give much thought to rumours and try to stay away from them as much as I can as not to spoil what goodies await.

I do however heavily invest in what people would like or love to see, what their crazy dream predictions are etc. If we get anything from Monolith Soft, consider me happy.

What we do know is that the Direct will focus heavily on Nintendo Switch titles coming out this year, including Pokemon Sword & Shield and Luigi’s Mansion 3.

Check back tomorrow to see what announcements were made.

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Opening Night Live Featured Death Stranding, Call of Duty & More

The first ever Opening Night Live has come and passed and serves as a reminder that yes, we want more E3 style showcases throughout the year to keep us satisfied.

Geoff Keighley puts a lot of effort into the video game industry which is proven by the very successful The Game Awards which has been the end of year gaming celebrations for the past several years now. Opening Night Live is a chance for him to try and bring more announcements and games together under one place to celebrate what’s to come more than what’s already passed.

Check out the show in the video above to see what featured in the very first ONL, games such as Death Stranding, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Destiny 2, Borderlands 3, Predator Hunting Grounds, Need For Speed: Heat and many more.

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Stadia Gets Watch Dogs Legion, Cyberpunk 2077 & More

To kick off the Gamescom festivities this year we had a few showcases and video presentations to get those taste buds excited. Nintendo kicked things off with their Indie World showcase, followed by a lengthy episode of Inside Xbox. Afterwards, Google took to the spotlight with another Stadia Connect aiming to give players a look into more games heading to the streaming platform.

Some of the games that will be available for Stadia in the future include heavy hitters like Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs Legion, Borderlands 3 and Mortal Kombat 11.

Orcs Must Die 3 was announced as a Stadia Exclusive title which joins the likes of Gylt from Tequila Works as part of the platform exclusive library. Check out the video above for more details on what to expect from the new entry into the gaming platform space.

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Ori, Superhot & More Head To Nintendo Switch

Earlier today we were treated to the Indie World Showcase from Nintendo, a glimpse into many indie titles making their way to Nintendo Switch over the coming year.

Just two of the many games heading to the console are the indie hit Superhot and the previously exclusive to Xbox platforms, Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition. Both are sure to find new life on the Switch and with that said, you can check out the Indie World Showcase below.

More titles include the likes of Risk of Rain 2, Freedom Finger, Dungeon Defenders: Awakened, Torchlight 2, Creature in the Well and Hotline Miami Collection, just to name a few.

The Switch library just keeps getting stronger, with an impressive exclusive offering and vast Indie support it just keeps getting better to be a Nintendo player.

Published by Rhys Baldwin.


Need For Speed Heat Revealed

The newest instalment in the Need For Speed series was revealed earlier today with a trailer giving a glimpse into the setting, backstory and gorgeous visuals.

“Hustle by day and risk it all at night in Need for Speed™ Heat, a thrilling race experience that pits you against a city’s rogue police force as you battle your way into street racing’s elite.”

Need For Speed Heat will release on November 8th worldwide but for those with Origin Access Premier/Play First Trial, you can get your hands on the wheel November 5th. Heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Published by Rhys Baldwin.